Miami’s Most Trusted and Experienced Probate Law Firm
Ashley Gantt, Founding Attorney at Gantt Legacy Law is Miami’s Trusted and Experienced Probate Lawyer
When a loved one passes away, dealing with the legal and financial aspects of their estate can be overwhelming. It's important to have a trusted and experienced attorney by your side to guide you through the probate process.
Ashley Gantt, founding attorney at Gantt Legacy Law, P.A., is a knowledgeable and compassionate probate lawyer in Miami who is committed to helping her clients through this difficult time.
What is Probate?
Probate is the legal process by which a person's assets are distributed after their death. The process involves several steps, including validating the will, identifying and inventorying assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing the remaining assets to the beneficiaries. If a person dies without a will, the court will distribute their assets according to state law.
Why Hire Ashley Gantt as Your Probate Lawyer?
There are several reasons why Ashley Gantt is the best choice for a probate lawyer in Miami:
Experience: Ashley has over a decade of experience in probate and estate planning, and has successfully represented clients in a wide range of cases.
Compassion: Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be an emotional and stressful time. Ashley understands this and is dedicated to providing compassionate support to her clients throughout the probate process.
Attention to Detail: The probate process involves a lot of paperwork and legal procedures. Ashley is meticulous in her attention to detail and ensures that all necessary documents are filed correctly and on time.
Communication: Ashley understands the importance of clear communication and is always available to answer her clients' questions and concerns.
Cost-Effective: Ashley is committed to providing her clients with cost-effective legal services. She offers flat fee packages for many of her probate services, which means that clients know exactly what they will be paying upfront.
What Services Does Ashley Gantt Offer?
Ashley Gantt offers a wide range of probate services, including:
Probate Administration: Ashley can guide you through the entire probate process, from validating the will to distributing assets to beneficiaries.
Trust Administration: If your loved one had a trust, Ashley can help you administer it and ensure that the assets are distributed according to their wishes.
Estate Planning: Ashley can help you create an estate plan that ensures that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after you pass away.
Probate Litigation: If you are involved in a probate dispute, Ashley can represent you in court and help you protect your interests.
Guardianship: If you need to establish guardianship for a minor or an incapacitated adult, Ashley can guide you through the legal process.
Elder Law: Ashley can help you plan for your own long-term care needs, including Medicaid planning and asset protection.
Dealing with the legal and financial aspects of a loved one's estate can be overwhelming. Ashley Gantt, founding attorney at Gantt Legacy Law, P.A., is a skilled and compassionate probate lawyer who is committed to helping her clients through this difficult time. With over a decade of experience in probate and estate planning, Ashley is a trusted advisor who can guide you through the complex legal process of managing a loved one's estate.
Ashley V. Gantt, Esq.
Ashley V. Gantt, Esq. is the founder and managing partner of Gantt Legacy Law, P.A. Ashley’s interest in law began at a young age though it became a reality after teaching for six years. She is a graduate of the University of Florida in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in English.
Ashley was a 2007 Teach for America Mississippi Delta Corps (TFA) member where she dedicated two years to national community service in furtherance of closing the achievement gap. After fulfilling her two years in TFA, Ashley returned home to teach in Miami-Dade County Public Schools, serving as a middle and high school teacher for six years before beginning law school during her seventh year of teaching.